YinHe/Milky Way Mercury II
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Galaxy's Mercury II rubber is the first rubber of the MOXA sponge line, Galaxy's entry level version of the "MAX TENSE" line. The Mercury II rubber is tacky, softer topsheet that provides a strong spin on serves and pushes, while given more control to loops, blocks, and drives.
This rubber is great for players learning the fundamentals of table tennis. For beginners or players used to using European/Japanese products, use the 33 or 37 degree version. For players with stronger fundamentals or used to Chinese products, use the 37 or 41 degree version.
As compared to the previous Mercury rubber, the new Mercury II is softer, lighter, and provides a more 'springy' sponge. Overall speed feels the same.
o Galaxy rubbers use the “Milkyway” brand name when submitting rubbers to the ITTF.
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Reviews of YinHe/Milky Way Mercury II (18)
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I had 34 degree version, payed it just a few bucks. You get more than you pay, that is for sure.
Speed - fast, but not too fast.
Spin - very spinny when new, later I don't know.
Control - it's lively rubber but control is just fine.
Quality: Comes vacuum sealed. Out of bag it is a bit twisted so I had problems glue it for the fist time with water glue. Sponge crumbled a lot when I cut it with sharp blade after gluing.
Tried it on thin blade - loops and spins very nicely. If you are amateur player and don't want to spend much money, try this - what can you loose...
Seguso did excellent review.
Personally i was very skeptical about 5 bucks rubber but boy was it unjustified.
Best 5 bucks you will ever spend.
I would highly recommend this rubber to high grade players as training rubber and certainly would recommend it to intermediate and beginners as regular rubber.
Out of 5 rubbers you order one will be way off and useless maybe but it costs only 5 bucks and plays great. It is true that red is harder then black and less tacky.
Free you mind and give it a shot, you will not regret it.
Enjoy TT :)
tried this today and it seems that have some spin, is tacky, good control, but i didnt like the speed, and that i have to work a lot for an attack. mi service were less spinnier with this rubber. but Control is inmense.
This rubber is for begginners i think.
I have used 3 of them: the first was a gift so I bought some more. to my surprise is the short ball control, which is very good, you can easily put the ball barely over the net and bounce a few times on the table.
Flat hitting is nice.
looping is nice with load of spin.
I can do lots of varieties on serves,
The problems are:
1. shots with middle power became sitting duck,
2. you can not do brushing loop away from the table
3. I could not make slow spin back hand loop for controling
This rubber is great for the price! The only thing is that it bruises so very very easily! After installing this rubber and taking the plastic protection off, any contact with any object (ball included) produced blemishes on the otherwise pristine rubber.
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